Waterless Worlds The New Hot Dystopia

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Schedule. LISTEN · LISTEN. On now: Music Through the Night. Up Next: BBC World UpDate ….. He made dozens of drawings before he began to sculpt with clay and beeswax, shaping and re-shaping this National Gallery original. X-rays show he stabilized …
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America Recycles Day Nov. 15
There will also be drawings for Kroger gift cards, garden and kitchen composters, T-shirts, and much more. So collect your bags and come out and make a difference this America Recycles Day. Visit our sponsors and thank them for their donation: Main …
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Porsche Unexpected Exhibition and Book Signing by Michael Furman at Winfield Gallery

Carmel, California (PRWEB) August 08, 2014

Winfield Gallery presents Porsche Unexpected – Photographs and Book Signing by Michael Furman. This long awaited book and body of work is finally being unveiled in Carmel during Car Week in Carmel, CA.

Porsche Unexpected is researched and written by Porsche historian Randy Leffingwell, and Cameron Ingram, the second generation of Ingram Porschefiles and photographed by Michael Furman.

This title will relate the Ingram family experiences as they began collecting, analyzing their efforts with those from major collectors who also jumped into car collecting. Porsche Unexpected will then delve into the collection which reads like an all-star list for any fan of the marque. This book is a must-have for anyone interest in Porsche.

About Michael Furman

Michael Furman has had the unique pleasure of photographing the worlds most significant cars. From the earliest conveyances to cars that foretell the future, Michael has created portraits that insightfully express his subjects historical and aesthetic importance.

A key element to Michaels style is to present the car from the perspective of the designers and engineers who created the car; their thoughts, their motivations, and the social and political context in which they worked. His approach has been graciously embraced by major collectors, museums and concours events around the world.

For most photographers, studio car photography would be a daunting task. Automobiles are large, highly reflective objects that present a myriad of technical photographic issues and countless opportunities for visual excitement. Throughout his many years, Michael has found limitless possibilities to relate the many facets of automotive experience to his audience, and most importantly, inspire the next generation of automotive enthusiasts to continue this appreciation and respect.

As a young boy, Michael Furman first picked up a camera to photograph a 1963 Corvette Split Window Coupe. And thus began a life-long love affair with cars and cameras.

Michael studied photography at the prestigious Rochester Institute of Technology, earning a Fine Arts degree in 1974. Upon graduation, he opened his studio in his native Philadelphia, and built a successful business shooting still life assignments for major advertising and corporate clients. But it was a long-standing love of cars that led him to the challenge of shooting cars in the studio.

While shooting new cars for the major manufacturers, Michael was asked to shoot a number of vintage automobiles and motorcycles. He instantly became enamored with these elegant forms; this path leading to his position as the most sought-after photographer of significant automobiles in the world.

Major exhibitions have included Michael Furman at The Automotive Hall of Fame, Legendary Italian Automobiles at the Alden B. Dow Museum in Midland, Michigan and in 2011 The Ralph Lauren exhibition in Paris. Michael is a regular guest lecturer at art schools and professional gatherings across the United States. He has also been honored by American Photographer, Communication Arts and PhotoGraphis, AutoAficionado, Automobile Quarterly, Automobile Magazine and The International Historic Motoring Awards.

Follow Michael Furman on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Michael-Furman-Photographer/122428634482882

Michael Furman Website: http://www.michaelfurman.com/

Michaels fine art prints are available through the Winfield Gallery in Carmel, California. Please visit the Winfield Gallery website for more images of Michael’s work: http://winfieldgallery.com/artists/michael-furman/.

About Winfield Gallery

Winfield Gallery was founded in 1989 by Christopher Winfield. Its principal focus is the representation of contemporary art by established, mid-career and emerging artists whose diverse practices include painting, drawing, sculpture, ceramics and photography.

The gallery hosts multiple exhibitions a year and maintains a deep commitment to promote our artists careers. Winfield Gallery collaborates with museum curators, produces catalogs and books, builds relationships with the press and supports collector education and development. The gallery works to create an atmosphere that builds bridges between the creative work, collectors and art enthusiasts at all levels.

Winfield Gallery also specializes in the resale of select works of art from the 20th century by artists and offers an effective and confidential alternative for the resale of important works of art from and on behalf of private individuals and institutions.

Winfield Gallery, Dolores between Ocean & 7th, Carmel-by-the-Sea, CA 93921, 831.624.3369, http://winfieldgallery.com/

Hours: Monday through Saturday, 11:00 am 5:00 pm Sunday, 12:00pm 5:00pm

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Press Contact Information

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The complete calendar of events is online

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"The Story of Harness Racing" by Currier & Ives exhibit is at Historic Walnford in Upper Freehold.T his traveling exhibit from the Harness Racing Museum and Hall of Fame is on display and features 33 colorful lithographs. The exhibit is open 9 a.m. to …
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Plymouth blood drive on Monday
Peter Shrake will present the history of the Seils-Sterling Circus highlighting the talk with photographs, artifacts, lithographs, and other materials from the collections of Circus World Museum in Baraboo. Shrake is the archivist at Circus World Museum.
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Lawyerly Lairs: From A Big House To The Big House And Back Again — Mel
Melvyn Weiss, the millionaire class-action attorney who was felled by illegal kickbacks, is selling more than 140 lithographs, etchings and other works of art by Pablo Picasso. Weiss and his wife, Barbara, have pledged the artwork to the financial …
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Drawing Machine : Praneet Soi : Exhibition of Paintings & Sculptures

Drawing Machine : Praneet Soi : Exhibition of Paintings & Sculptures

Recent Works of Praneet Soi at Gallery Sanskriti, Kolkata From 2nd February – 3rd March, 2012.
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Drawing Time Lapse: Coca-Cola plastic bottle – hyperrealistic art

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Shweiki Media Printing Company Announces Sponsorship of 2014 Austin Film Festival


Austin, TX (PRWEB) October 14, 2014

Shweiki is proud to announce that they will once again be serving as the official print sponsor for Austin Film Festival–the premier film festival recognizing writers’ and filmmakers’ contributions to film, television and new media–and printing the official program, the film pocket booklet and all mailers for the event.

Austin Film Festival is an annual film fest and conference–this year, running October 23-30–with the mission “to further the art and craft of filmmaking by inspiring and championing the work of screenwriters, filmmakers, and all artists who use the language of film and television to tell a story.” Known by many as “The Writers festival,” AFF is a nonprofit organization funded and supported by a grant from the Texas Commission on the Arts, City of Austin Economic Growth & Redevelopment Services/Cultural Arts Division with the belief that an investment in the Arts is an investment in the city’s future.

All AFF events are open to the public (and many are free), and while badges of various levels are available for purchase, the fest prides itself on its accessibility, offering discounts to members of nonprofit art organizations and awarding grants to hundreds of local teachers and students to facilitate their introduction to the arts. As part of the conference aspect of the fest, AFFs Arts Education Outreach Program also produces a series of panels on creative writing, storytelling, and career and film school opportunities that are geared towards students and teachers.

Along with their efforts to make the festival accessible to as many interested members of the public as possible, Austin Film Festival also works to support local arts organizations and businesses by providing a platform through which they can showcase their services. AFF has partnered with organizations including the Austin Convention and Visitors Bureau, Texas FilmCommission, Texas Book Festival, LBJ Library, Bob Bullock Texas History Center, Emancipet, University of Texas at Austins Radio-Television-Film Department, Dell Childrens Hospital and more.

Notable screenings this year include the kick-off film, the US premiere of Barry Levinson’s “The Humbling”; Jon Stewart’s directorial debut, “Rosewater”; “The Sound and the Fury,” James Franco’s adaptation of the William Faulkner novel, and many, many more. Information on the festival and the full schedule can be found at Austinfilmfestival.com, and badges and passes can be purchased by clicking here.

This marks the eleventh year that Shweiki has contributed their high-quality, hassle-free printing services to the Austin Film Festival, and the team members and company as a whole are excited to once again collaborate with the festival team. Shweiki is also making its printing services available to filmmakers, offering a Film Festival Promotion with discounted prices on posters and postcards (complete with free augmented reality) that is redeemable via one’s Austin Film Festival promotional code. Click here for more information.

Shweiki Media’s mission has always been to help publishers improve by providing the most profitable, hassle-free printing experience possible. This includes guaranteeing the highest quality product, exceptional customer service, world-class communication, an on-time guarantee, and no surprises–whether printing magazines, postcards, flyers or anything else.

As a printer and publisher, Shweiki Media also believes that this hassle-free experience includes making their clients better. Utilizing relationships with industry experts, Shweiki Media strives to educate clients and help them thrive in the exciting world of publishing–while having lots of fun along the way.

For more great info from and about Shweiki Media, please check out our blog at shweiki.com/blog (and sign up for our free weekly expert webinars), and subscribe to our Youtube Channel at youtube.com/shweikimedia.

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Two exhibitions now open at Daum Museum
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OceanGrafix Now Offers Charts in a Traditional Format

St. Paul, MN (PRWEB) August 03, 2014

OceanGrafix, the first company to offer NOAA print-on-demand nautical charts, today announced that all its U.S. charts are now available in a new, traditional-looking format. This new format mirrors the appearance of the lithographically printed charts that the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Association (NOAA) printed for many years but discontinued earlier this yearmuch to the dismay of a subsection of navigators who had grown accustomed to them.

The change really stirred a fair amount of boaters, says OceanGrafix President Ron Walz. We knew we had the capacity to produce charts with the traditional look they knew and loved, so we did.

Printed on water-resistant paper using a classic color palette, OceanGrafixs traditional charts contain the same up-to-date, NOAA-approved content as any other OceanGrafix navigational chart, but they appeal aesthetically to those mariners who prefer the look of the lithographically printed charts.

Its a matter of taste, says Walz. Some mariners simply prefer the more traditional look.

The new format is one of several offered by OceanGrafix; mariners can also purchase charts in waterproof, historical, or even wall-decal versions. Its about options, says Walz. This new, traditional format is yet another option that were providing.

About OceanGrafix

OceanGrafix offers NOAA print-on-demand nautical charts for recreational and commercial boaters. Working in partnership with NOAA, the company ensures distribution of the most accurate, up-to-date NOAA paper charts, as well as a variety of charts for international waters.







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